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[ED: Taschenbuch], - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 32. Chapters: Mountain bike, Downhill mountain biking, Mountain bike racing, History of the mountain bike and mountain biking, Freeride, 29er, Mountain bike trials, Specialized Stumpjumper, Cross-country cycling, Mountain bike orienteering, Mountain Bike Hall of Fame, Lift accessed mountain biking, Freedom Trail, Downhill bike, Headlamp, Marathon mountain bike races, Athlinks, 24 hour mountain bike races, Dual slalom, Four-cross, Winter triathlon, Single track. Excerpt: A mountain bike or mountain bicycle (abbreviated MTB or ATB (all-terrain bicycle)) is a bicycle created for off-road cycling. This activity includes traversing of rocks and washouts, and steep declines, on dirt trails, logging roads, and other unpaved environments - activities usually called mountain biking. These bicycles need to be able to withstand the stresses of off-road use with obstacles such as logs and rocks. Most mountain bikes use wheels with rims which are 559mm in ISO sizing, colloquially referred to as '26-inch', although the term is inaccurate as it covers too many rim and tire sizes to be meaningful. Wheels used on mountain bikes usually use wide, knobby tires for good traction on uneven terrain and shock absorption. Since 2000, front wheel suspension has become the norm and full front and rear suspension has become increasingly common. Some mountain bikes are also fitted with bar ends on the handlebars to give extra leverage for hill-climbing. Since the development of the sport in the 1970s many new subtypes of mountain biking have developed, such as cross-country (XC) biking, all-day endurance biking, Freeride-biking, downhill mountain biking, and a variety of track and slalom competitions. Each of these place different demands on the bike requiring different designs for optimal performance. MTB development has included an increase in gearing, up to 30 speeds, to facilitate both climbing and rapid descents. Other developments include disc instead of cantilever or V-brakes. A cross country mountain bike race. The history of the mountain bike includes contributions from cyclo-cross in Europe and the Roughstuff Fellowship in the UK. The name 'mountain bike' first appeared in print in 1966 as 'mountain bicycle'. The mountain bike was a modified heavy cruiser bicycle used for freewheeling down mountain trails. The sport became popular in the 1970s in Marin county, California, USA. The 2007 documentary film, Klunkerz: A Film About Mountain Bikes, looks a, [SC: 1.50], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, 246x190x13 mm, [GW: 87g]

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[ED: Taschenbuch], - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 32. Chapters: Mountain bike, Downhill mountain biking, Mountain bike racing, History of the mountain bike and mountain biking, Freeride, 29er, Mountain bike trials, Specialized Stumpjumper, Cross-country cycling, Mountain bike orienteering, Mountain Bike Hall of Fame, Lift accessed mountain biking, Freedom Trail, Downhill bike, Headlamp, Marathon mountain bike races, Athlinks, 24 hour mountain bike races, Dual slalom, Four-cross, Winter triathlon, Single track. Excerpt: A mountain bike or mountain bicycle (abbreviated MTB or ATB (all-terrain bicycle)) is a bicycle created for off-road cycling. This activity includes traversing of rocks and washouts, and steep declines, on dirt trails, logging roads, and other unpaved environments - activities usually called mountain biking. These bicycles need to be able to withstand the stresses of off-road use with obstacles such as logs and rocks. Most mountain bikes use wheels with rims which are 559mm in ISO sizing, colloquially referred to as '26-inch', although the term is inaccurate as it covers too many rim and tire sizes to be meaningful. Wheels used on mountain bikes usually use wide, knobby tires for good traction on uneven terrain and shock absorption. Since 2000, front wheel suspension has become the norm and full front and rear suspension has become increasingly common. Some mountain bikes are also fitted with bar ends on the handlebars to give extra leverage for hill-climbing. Since the development of the sport in the 1970s many new subtypes of mountain biking have developed, such as cross-country (XC) biking, all-day endurance biking, Freeride-biking, downhill mountain biking, and a variety of track and slalom competitions. Each of these place different demands on the bike requiring different designs for optimal performance. MTB development has included an increase in gearing, up to 30 speeds, to facilitate both climbing and rapid descents. Other developments include disc instead of cantilever or V-brakes. A cross country mountain bike race. The history of the mountain bike includes contributions from cyclo-cross in Europe and the Roughstuff Fellowship in the UK. The name 'mountain bike' first appeared in print in 1966 as 'mountain bicycle'. The mountain bike was a modified heavy cruiser bicycle used for freewheeling down mountain trails. The sport became popular in the 1970s in Marin county, California, USA. The 2007 documentary film, Klunkerz: A Film About Mountain Bikes, looks a, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, 246x190x13 mm, [GW: 87g]

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[ED: Taschenbuch], - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 32. Chapters: Mountain bike, Downhill mountain biking, Mountain bike racing, History of the mountain bike and mountain biking, Freeride, 29er, Mountain bike trials, Specialized Stumpjumper, Cross-country cycling, Mountain bike orienteering, Mountain Bike Hall of Fame, Lift accessed mountain biking, Freedom Trail, Downhill bike, Headlamp, Marathon mountain bike races, Athlinks, 24 hour mountain bike races, Dual slalom, Four-cross, Winter triathlon, Single track. Excerpt: A mountain bike or mountain bicycle (abbreviated MTB or ATB (all-terrain bicycle)) is a bicycle created for off-road cycling. This activity includes traversing of rocks and washouts, and steep declines, on dirt trails, logging roads, and other unpaved environments - activities usually called mountain biking. These bicycles need to be able to withstand the stresses of off-road use with obstacles such as logs and rocks. Most mountain bikes use wheels with rims which are 559mm in ISO sizing, colloquially referred to as '26-inch', although the term is inaccurate as it covers too many rim and tire sizes to be meaningful. Wheels used on mountain bikes usually use wide, knobby tires for good traction on uneven terrain and shock absorption. Since 2000, front wheel suspension has become the norm and full front and rear suspension has become increasingly common. Some mountain bikes are also fitted with bar ends on the handlebars to give extra leverage for hill-climbing. Since the development of the sport in the 1970s many new subtypes of mountain biking have developed, such as cross-country (XC) biking, all-day endurance biking, Freeride-biking, downhill mountain biking, and a variety of track and slalom competitions. Each of these place different demands on the bike requiring different designs for optimal performance. MTB development has included an increase in gearing, up to 30 speeds, to facilitate both climbing and rapid descents. Other developments include disc instead of cantilever or V-brakes. A cross country mountain bike race. The history of the mountain bike includes contributions from cyclo-cross in Europe and the Roughstuff Fellowship in the UK. The name 'mountain bike' first appeared in print in 1966 as 'mountain bicycle'. The mountain bike was a modified heavy cruiser bicycle used for freewheeling down mountain trails. The sport became popular in the 1970s in Marin county, California, USA. The 2007 documentary film, Klunkerz: A Film About Mountain Bikes, looks a, [SC: 6.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, 246x190x13 mm, [GW: 87g]

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[ED: Taschenbuch], - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 32. Chapters: Mountain bike, Downhill mountain biking, Mountain bike racing, History of the mountain bike and mountain biking, Freeride, 29er, Mountain bike trials, Specialized Stumpjumper, Cross-country cycling, Mountain bike orienteering, Mountain Bike Hall of Fame, Lift accessed mountain biking, Freedom Trail, Downhill bike, Headlamp, Marathon mountain bike races, Athlinks, 24 hour mountain bike races, Dual slalom, Four-cross, Winter triathlon, Single track. Excerpt: A mountain bike or mountain bicycle (abbreviated MTB or ATB (all-terrain bicycle)) is a bicycle created for off-road cycling. This activity includes traversing of rocks and washouts, and steep declines, on dirt trails, logging roads, and other unpaved environments - activities usually called mountain biking. These bicycles need to be able to withstand the stresses of off-road use with obstacles such as logs and rocks. Most mountain bikes use wheels with rims which are 559mm in ISO sizing, colloquially referred to as '26-inch', although the term is inaccurate as it covers too many rim and tire sizes to be meaningful. Wheels used on mountain bikes usually use wide, knobby tires for good traction on uneven terrain and shock absorption. Since 2000, front wheel suspension has become the norm and full front and rear suspension has become increasingly common. Some mountain bikes are also fitted with bar ends on the handlebars to give extra leverage for hill-climbing. Since the development of the sport in the 1970s many new subtypes of mountain biking have developed, such as cross-country (XC) biking, all-day endurance biking, Freeride-biking, downhill mountain biking, and a variety of track and slalom competitions. Each of these place different demands on the bike requiring different designs for optimal performance. MTB development has included an increase in gearing, up to 30 speeds, to facilitate both climbing and rapid descents. Other developments include disc instead of cantilever or V-brakes. A cross country mountain bike race. The history of the mountain bike includes contributions from cyclo-cross in Europe and the Roughstuff Fellowship in the UK. The name 'mountain bike' first appeared in print in 1966 as 'mountain bicycle'. The mountain bike was a modified heavy cruiser bicycle used for freewheeling down mountain trails. The sport became popular in the 1970s in Marin county, California, USA. The 2007 documentary film, Klunkerz: A Film About Mountain Bikes, looks a, [SC: 6.00]

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 32. Chapters: Mountain bike, Downhill mountain biking, Mountain bike racing, History of the mountain bike and mountain biking, Freeride, 29er, Mountain bike trials, Specialized Stumpjumper, Cross-country cycling, Mountain bike orienteering, Mountain Bike Hall of Fame, Lift accessed mountain biking, Freedom Trail, Downhill bike, Headlamp, Marathon mountain bike races, Athlinks, 24 hour mountain bike races, Dual slalom, Four-cross, Winter triathlon, Single track. Excerpt: A mountain bike or mountain bicycle (abbreviated MTB or ATB (all-terrain bicycle)) is a bicycle created for off-road cycling. This activity includes traversing of rocks and washouts, and steep declines, on dirt trails, logging roads, and other unpaved environments - activities usually called mountain biking. These bicycles need to be able to withstand the stresses of off-road use with obstacles such as logs and rocks. Most mountain bikes use wheels with rims which are 559mm in ISO sizing, colloquially referred to as "26-inch", although the term is inaccurate as it covers too many rim and tire sizes to be meaningful. Wheels used on mountain bikes usually use wide, knobby tires for good traction on uneven terrain and shock absorption. Since 2000, front wheel suspension has become the norm and full front and rear suspension has become increasingly common. Some mountain bikes are also fitted with bar ends on the handlebars to give extra leverage for hill-climbing. Since the development of the sport in the 1970s many new subtypes of mountain biking have developed, such as cross-country (XC) biking, all-day endurance biking, Freeride-biking, downhill mountain biking, and a variety of track and slalom competitions. Each of these place different demands on the bike requiring different designs for optimal performance. MTB development has included an increase in gearing, up to 30 speeds, to facilitate both climbing and rapid descents. Other developments include disc instead of cantilever or V-brakes. A cross country mountain bike race. The history of the mountain bike includes contributions from cyclo-cross in Europe and the Roughstuff Fellowship in the UK. The name "mountain bike" first appeared in print in 1966 as "mountain bicycle". The mountain bike was a modified heavy cruiser bicycle used for freewheeling down mountain trails. The sport became popular in the 1970s in Marin county, California, USA. The 2007 documentary film, Klunkerz: A Film About Mountain Bikes, looks a

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781156819593
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1156819598
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Date de parution: 2010
Editeur: Books LLC
114 Pages
Poids: 0,177 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 1156819598

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